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Unlikely Treatment Identified by BrainCells Neurogenesis Platform Improved Clinical Outcomes in Patients Suffering From Depression

...52 also demonstrated improvements on the secondary endpoints of the IDSC30, hama and CGI-S. These improvements were statistically significant for IDSC30 (p=0.034) and hama (p=0.041). Results of this study in patients with MDD showed that BC...
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Young mineral scientists rock!

...ittee comprising of Professor Bjrn Winkler (University of Frankfurt), Professor Ulf Hlenius (Stockholm University), Dr. Kai Rankenburg and Dr. Michiko hama (both ESF), was impressed by the intriguing findings of both the experimentalists and the theoretical modeling researchers. The award winners of t...
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Hama - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hama is a city on the banks of the Orontes River in central Syria north of Damascus. It is the provincial capital of the Hama Governorate. The city is the location of the historical city Hamath. The population of Hama is...

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The Hama massacre occurred on February 2, 1982, when the Syrian army bombarded the town of Hama in order to quell a revolt by the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood. An estimated 7,000 to 40,000 people were killed, including about 1,000 soldiers.

Hama: Definition from Answers.com

Hama or Hamah A city of western Syria south-southwest of Aleppo. ... 280,000), capital of Hama governorate, W central Syria, on the Orontes River. ...

Hama massacre: Information from Answers.com

Hama Massacre Islamist uprising against Syrian regime. In February 1982, Syrian security forces entered the densely populated old city of Hama ,

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HAMA holds its monthly meetings at the Redstone Arsenal Officers and Civilians ... More than 200 HAMA members represent nearly 200 member companies that support ...

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City in Syria. PHOTO. Article in the LookLex / Encyclopaedia ... Hama is the centre of an agricultural area that produces cereals, grain, fruit ...
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